Very interesting...it looks flat while at the same time having a nice pattern like some kind of abstract painting...hmmm
I love it! I would not believe it's real if it wasn't for the crosswalk signals, now that's a great detail
The most brilliant thing to me about this photo is that the crosswalk signal characters are actually standing in the reflection of the real crosswalk :)
Great execution ! I don't think, there is any selective coloring involved here (the red signal). But the photographer can confirm that. Overall, fantastic example of architecture photography.
The theory of black box radiation suggests that you are unlikely to see inside an unlit room.
Notwithstanding this, the interior lives of these residents appear as dull as their building. Only one person has let fresh air in.
Technicality / Composition / Content / X factor = 8/10 zoom lenses
Great vision and a fantastic architecture photographer, Dr. Takaue. However, if I am not mistaken, selective colouring (red pop in monochrome) is a violation of yourshot contribution guidelines, how it made to photo of the day is unclear.
@Sergejs Babikovs Not disagreeing, how do you know it's a B&W with a bit of red allowed through? (selective). those stickers on the windows? the sign?
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